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On Wednesday night, The Heartland Institute brought to a close the 9th International Conference on Climate Change at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. By universal acclaim from the 600-plus attendees, sponsors and speakers, this one was the best ever.
Is man-made global warming a crisis? Don’t just wonder about it, understand it yourself. Read one or a few chapters of one of the NIPCC reports, and ask if what you read is logical, factual, and relevant to the debate.
USA Today did its readers a grave disservice by running an op-ed full of smears and false statements by two of the fruitier nutcakes of the environmental movement, Dan Becker and James Gerstenzang.
As part of the media tour for Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science, two scientists from the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), stopped by the studios of U-T TV in San Diego.
The Heartland Institute will host a “book launch luncheon” on Sept. 18 featuring two of the report’s lead authors. More details of the unveiling of “Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science,” will be released in the coming weeks.
PBS aired a “Frontline” episode last night titled “Climate of Doubt.” The show’s producer (but not the host, John Hockenberry) attended Heartland’s Seventh International Conference on Climate Change in May,[…]
Heartland’s latest contribution to the global warming debate — Climate Change Reconsidered: 2011 Interim Report — has made an impression on Roger Helmer, a member of the European Parliament. He[…]
In today’s American Spectator, I outline the politicization of climate science, and note one of the media’s most well-guarded secrets: that scientists continue to poke holes in the theory of[…]
Don Shelby at MinnPost.com ripped Republican Minnesota state Sen. Michael Jungbauer in a piece today for supposedly not having his facts straight about global warming. (Shelby believes it’s happening at an[…]